Thursday, August 30, 2007

Keyword Suggestions Tool

Keyword or keyword phrases of your blog or website are very important if you want to promote your site in an online campaign. However, sometimes it could be difficult to figure out appropriate keywords or keyword phrases of your site.

Don't despair because there is a free tool you can use for this purpose. It's called the Website Keyword Suggestions Tool.

Just enter a URL and it'll analyze the page and return a list of keyword and key phrase suggestions for that page. What's more, it will tell you the number of searches per month that are performed for each term and it's free.

Internet users enter keyphrases in Search Engines to find what they want and therefore it's very important that you optimise for such keyphrases.

When you enter the URL of your page into this tool, amazingly it attempts to determine the theme of your blog or website and returns keyword suggestions for you to use, along with keyword traffic estimates based on Overture's Database.

Here is the tool:

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Do you call this stealing?

Yes, if you use an unsecured broadband connection without permission, it's considered stealing.

ITN reported that in London, a man who was spotted in the street using his laptop to access an unsecured wireless connection has been arrested.

The 39-year-old man was seen sitting on a wall outside a home in Chiswick, west London, by two community support officers.

When questioned he admitted using the owner's unsecured wireless internet connection without permission and was arrested on suspicion of stealing a wireless broadband connection. The man was bailed to October pending further inquiries.

Dishonestly obtaining free internet access is an offence under the Communications Act 2003 and a potential breach of the Computer Misuse Act.

The move is the latest example of police cracking down on a crime that did not exist several years ago when wireless internet access was relatively rare.

In April, a man was cautioned by police after neighbours saw him using a laptop in a car parked outside a house in Redditch, Worcestershire.

In 2005, a man was fined £500 for piggybacking on someone else's wireless broadband connection in London.

Detective Constable Mark Roberts, of the Metropolitan Police computer crime unit, said anyone who illegally uses a broadband link faces arrest.

He said: "This arrest should act as a warning to anyone who thinks it is acceptable to illegally use other people's broadband connections. To do so potentially breaches the Computer Misuse Act and the Communications Act, so computer users need to be aware that this is unlawful and police will investigate any violation we become aware of."

So, you see, we must be careful to ask persmission before using an unsecured wireless connection.

Friday, August 24, 2007

"Exit Grabber" technology ups your traffic

Yesterday I came across a unique brand new site that uses the "Exit Grabber" technology to predict when a surfer is going to leave a site and sends him to another site, for example your site.

Sheila Scofield not too long ago invented this "Exit Grabber," a new technology which can be easily installed on anyone's website or blog. Once installed, it will sit there and use an intelligent alogrithm to actually predict when people are just about to leave that site.

Then a window will pop up, which is not a popup and cannot be blocked by popup blockers. Since the surfer is about to leave that site, that window will be made to have a link to send him to another destination. And that destination is your blog or website.

You're going to do something for them too. You are going to install some similar code on your blog so that when people leave your blog, it sends them to their site, too. So there is an exchange of traffic, building up large flows of traffic to your blog.

It is amazing and it is free. Go to this link to check it out: ExitExplosion

Sunday, August 19, 2007

I signed up for PPP!

I'm a new postie for PayPerPost blog ads where I get various interesting topics to comment on and write about. What's more, I get paid for doing so. Writing for PayPerPost can be a very satisfying and lucrative home business.

I first heard about PayPerPost from a blogger friend Mark who told me he made some good money with the program. So, I applied to join PayPerPost at but was rejected because my blog did not have sufficient posts. I was terribly disappointed, but I did my best to increase the number of posts and eventually I received an email telling me that my blog has been approved.

So here I am writing about PayPerPost so that you will know about it, if you haven't yet, and join in the fun.

Yes, for this initial assignment, all I have to do is write 200 words on my perceptions and experience of PayPerPost and I will be paid $20 through my Pay Pal account. Wow! That's great; $20 for doing something that I can do and love to do.

And that's not all. There will be many more opportunities and assignments to come as I go along and as the Google Page Rank and Alexa score of my blog improve.

I can see that I will get a steady stream of income from writing PayPerPost assignments while enjoying myself while doing so. Well, you could build up this stream of income yourself too if you're a blogger. Go to and sign up. You could be in for a wonderful experience.

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Help 50 'heart kids'

Dr Mani, a heart surgeon and an Internet marketer, is at the moment holding his charity drive firesale to help kids in India who have congenital heart defects.

It's Dr Mani's 'save a child's heart' firesale - a global event to help 50 'heart kids'. Yes, now you can help sponsor heart surgery for 50 children. Congenital heart defects are potentially fatal if not treated by surgery.

The firesale has great products with a good cause. Dr Mani is also putting up fantastic time sensitive bonuses which will disappear one by one. Go to the link below now to check out the offer.

Do help him out. Do a good deed and improve your online business at the same time.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Interesting. Now you can get Internet over power lines. That's good because power lines are so well established and are everywhere.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

At long last, someone has cracked one of the technology world's biggest mysteries - the identity of Fake Steve, a sharp-tongued blogger who had tech aficionados in stiches with a satiric diary purporting to be from Apple CEO Steve Jobs. (Aug. 8)

It's been a year since Google launched Checkout, its much anticipated online payment service. But the question is can a company that's known best for its search engine deliver a money service as good as industry leader Pay Pal?

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

You Tube solves copyright problem

The Google-owned video-sharing site, YouTube, has developed a filtering technique that will weed out illegally updated copyright material. The technology is currently being tested and will fingerprint user-uploaded videos that violate copyright restrictions. YouTube is hoping their filter will prevent copyright violations. Find out all the details, including when the filter will be enforced, right here on WebProNews.